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I live in a cul-de-sac and my house is the last house on the road and I have my own drive at end.

 

Today, I received a PCN code 62 while parked on my own Drive.

It states 'Parked with one or more wheels on or over a footpath or any part of a road other than a carriageway'.

 

My car was parked with the back wheels just on the edge of the footpath,

something I have been doing since 1988

but for some reason I have received a parking ticket today.

 

 

The footpath ends at my house, although a neighbour whose garden backs onto my drive has put a small gate in his fence so he can leave his house from the back.

 

What can I do in this instance as I will have problems parking on my drive in future?

With the back wheels close to footpath, the back of the car stands over the footpath by a foot or more depending on the car that is parked.

 

I would appreciate any help or suggestions

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CEO photo's + GSV link please.

 

 

Court won't know anything about it, but Council Parking Enforcement should.

 

 

I suggest rear wheels were parked on part of Public Highway, prob nothing to do with the pavement.

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well pavement is the public highway

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CEO photo's + GSV link please.

 

 

Court won't know anything about it, but Council Parking Enforcement should.

 

 

I suggest rear wheels were parked on part of Public Highway, prob nothing to do with the pavement.

 

So sorry, new to this post site so not sure what you mean by CEO photo and GSV link?

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what you mean by CEO photo and GSV link?

 

Council's photos (should be available to view on council website) GSV = google Street View

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you can't park with your vehicle fouling the pavement.

 

The question is, why did they enforce now and never before?

 

One possible answer is your neighbour, who you mention

- I don't know what the issue is with his gate and your car, but might he have complained?

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Hi, maybe neighbour has complained..

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So sorry, new to this post site so not sure what you mean by CEO photo and GSV link?

 

CEO Photos - [edited]

 

 

The neighbour has put a gate exactly where the footpath meets the fence..

 

Any thoughts would be appreciated..

Edited by Mr.P
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Hello

 

I live in a cul-de-sac and my house is the last house on the road and I have my own drive at end.

 

Today, I received a PCN code 62 while parked on my own Drive.

It states 'Parked with one or more wheels on or over a footpath or any part of a road other than a carriageway'.

 

My car was parked with the back wheels just on the edge of the footpath,

something I have been doing since 1988

but for some reason I have received a parking ticket today.

 

 

The footpath ends at my house, although a neighbour whose garden backs onto my drive has put a small gate in his fence so he can leave his house from the back.

 

What can I do in this instance as I will have problems parking on my drive in future?

With the back wheels close to footpath, the back of the car stands over the footpath by a foot or more depending on the car that is parked.

 

I would appreciate any help or suggestions

 

You are clearly on the footway, as for the future, park in your double garage, get a smaller car or park sideways

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CEO Photos - [edited]

 

 

The neighbour has put a gate exactly where the footpath meets the fence..

 

Any thoughts would be appreciated..

 

Removed the link as your registration number is visible. It is a measure to protect your anonymity.

 

Having looked at the photos, you are clearly blocking a substantial part of the pavement which would attract a PCN in most areas.


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